4 edition of The life and songs of George Maynard. found in the catalog.
Includes unacc. melodies.
|LC Classifications||ML420.M337 S88|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||68007561|
I know it's a bit of a reach, but if anyone in the audience has an extra copy of The Maynards of East Kentucky laying around, I'd love to borrow it. In case you can't read the small print, this is what's written at the bottom of the cover "On Brushy Creek in , James Maynard built up the sides of a rock gap and lived in a rude cabin for a year. Here was born the first child on Brushy. GEORGE MAYNARD, known late in life as Pop, was born in Smallfield, Surrey, in and in childhood moved with his family to the next village, Copthorne in attended school on and off for four or five years, leaving at the age of twelve. For many years during the winter-time he worked, together with his father and his brothers, as a woodman for Isaac Budgeon. cutting wood for the hoop.
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Subjects: Maynard, George, -- Folk songs, English -- England. Folk music -. Vol. 9, No. 4, Dec., Published by: English Folk Dance + Song Society. The Life and Songs of George Maynard. The Life and Songs of George Maynard (pp. ) Vol. V 'The Music of the Folk Songs' by Jan Philip Schinhan.
The Frank C. Brown Collection of North Carolina Folklore. Vol. Other books and records with George ‘Pop’ Maynard Various Artists, Four Sussex Singers, EP, Collector JEB7, Ken Stubbs, The Life of a Man: English Folk Songs from the Home Counties, London: E.F.D.S.
Publications, recorded, though none was as important as George Maynard – ‘Pop’ as he was universally known – a retired poacher and marbles player who lived in Copthorne. It was through meeting Pop that Ken Stubbs, a teacher then living in Lingfield, began to collect songs in Sussex during the 50s and 60s.
Ken’s book The Life of a Man () contains many. Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t2g78tc00 Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet. Buy The life and songs of George Maynard: Reprint No. 12 from the Journal of the Folk Dance and Song Society by Ken Stubbs (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Ken Stubbs. A complete version of the latt er is given in Ken Stubb’s book “Th e Life of a Man” () together with some of Pop’s other songs.
Mention must also be made of Ken’s monograph “‘Th e Life and Songs of George Maynard” printed in the “Joumal of the English Folk Dance and Song Society”. And then I found the words and notation in a slim EFDSS pamplet, The life and songs of George Maynard (actually a reprint of Ken Stubbs’ article from the Journal of the English Folk Dance and Song Society, ) which I picked up at my first Sidmouth Festival in 19 See, for example, Stubbs, Ken, ‘The life and songs of George Maynard’, The Journal of the English Folk Dance and Song Society, IX, 4 (December ), –96; Lilias, Rider Haggard (ed.), I Walked by Night, being the Life & History of the King Cited by: 3.
The Songs. The songs are referenced by page numbers. The American Stranger (Roud ; G/D ) Tom Willett, Ashford, Middlesex, ; Bold Reynolds (Roud ) George Townshend, Lewes, Sussex, ; The Banks of the Sweet Primeroses (Roud ) George ‘Pop’ Maynard, Copthorne, Sussex, ; The Birds in the Spring.
Folk Songs Collected in the Shetland Isles: Click here for a copy of this paper: Vol 7 No.2 p Review “The Life and Songs of George Maynard” Review “The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem Song Book”.
GEORGE "POP" MAYNARD was born at Smallfield, Surrey, 6th. January,and died at Copthorne, Sussex, er, Apart from being well-known locally as a singer with a good fund of songs, George was more widely known as a champion at the annual Marble Championships held every Good Friday at Tinsley Green.
A poaching song from George ‘Pop’ Maynard of Copthorne in Sussex. The song was recorded for the BBC by Peter Kennedy inand made available on the Topic LP Ye Subjects of England; it’s also on To Catch a Fine Buck Was My Delight (The Voice of the People volume 18).
George S. Maynard has throughout his life read worthwhile books. He then adopted the standards of Melville, Emmerson, Conrad, London. In submarines, when his shipmates were reading porno and dime novels, Maynard was devouring the classics and they reflect in his prose.
Scudding will fascinate anyone interested in voyaging under sail/5(11). George Maynard can also be characterized as a man of contradictions. For instance, although Maynard was a printer by trade, and although Maynard claimed to be proficient in "sign language" (apparently three of the Maynard family, or even possibly live-in relatives, were deaf mutes), yet Maynard also claimed that his "writing" was so "embarrassing" that Maxine Maynard "writes all the bills and.
Find George Maynard's memorial at You can leave condolences in the Guest Book, buy sympathy flowers, and pay your respects. Ken Stubbs, The Life and Songs of George Maynard in JEFDSS,page (); also Prospecting for Songs in South-Eastern England in English Dance & Song,page 25 () 2.
The English Folk Music Festival - Was It Worth It. in English Dance &. 12 () The Life and Songs of George Maynard by Ken Stubbs No. 13 () The Morris Dance in Herefordshire, Shrop-shire and Worcestershire by E.
Cawte No. 14 () Folk Songs of Aberdeenshire by P. Shuldham-Shaw. 15 () The Lancashire Clog Dance by Julian Pilling. The citation of George Henry Maynard of Waltham, Mass. focuses on his decision to risk his own life to retrieve a badly wounded comrade.
He was able to offer aid to his friend and carry him back to Union lines but, sadly, Charles Armstrong succumbed to his wounds that night in a field hospital. Maynard, H. B.Methods-time measurement / by H.B. Maynard, G.J.
Stegemerten and J.L. Schwab McGraw-Hill N.Y Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.These include the texts and tunes of songs in the book: FOLKSONGS OF BRITAIN AND IRELAND edited by Peter Kennedy (Cassell/Schirmer reprinted in paperback by Oak and distributed by Music Sales).
These are the original recordings as given in the book. SEEDS OF LOVE George Maynard - YON GREEN VALLEY Bruce Laurensen.the whole genuine and complete works of flavius josephus the learned and authentic jewish historian and celebrated warrior.
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